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Alone in the Dark changes ownership

It was the 1992, the eternal struggle between PC and Amiga flowed with video games (even if by now the PC had begun to take over) and a French Software House, the Infogrames (which at ...

Rollercoaster Tycoon Adventures: scheduled release for Autumn on Switch

Rollercoaster Tycoon Adventures will be released this fall on Switch. This is confirmed by Atari, the publisher of the game, which also revealed a lot of information about this version of Rollercoaster Tycoon for the Nintendo console. The...
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Atari, the co-founder of the company Ted Dabney died

Ted Dabney, the co-founder of Atari who contributed to the creation of Pong, died. He had retired to private life since leaving Atari, but his influence in the history of the medium ...
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Atari enters the cryptocurrency market

Atari's leap into the emerging world of blockchain-based digital currencies is interesting to say the least, but the company is not the first gaming company to make this experiment. Already...
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Ataribox: crowdfunding, photos and specs arrive

The existence of the project for the new Atari console, the Ataribox, was already known to all. Now the project is starting to become a reality and with it the possibility of finding a new console on the shelves of ...

HyperX Adds Officially Licensed PlayStation®4 Gaming Headsets, Cloud Chat and Cloud ...

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., announced today is now officially licensed gaming peripherals for ...

Rage 2: TerrorMania, the new expansion available today

The new RAGE 2: TerrorMania expansion is available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Players can already explore the Kingdom of the Dead, ...

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